Butterfly Branch
I love creating these mini ‘documentary style’ videos and giving an interesting narrative with them.
My goal is to be able to entertain people whilst bringing an awareness to various topics that I’m most interested in and passionate about.

Palm Oil and Deforestation

June 12, 2020

Rainforests are home to some of the world’s most biodiverse tropical rain forests, and wildlife. However, all these animals are a under constant threat because their habitats have all been destroyed due to deforestation leaving them homeless.  Continue reading

The Wake-up Call

May 23, 2020

During this unprecedented time of the Covid 19 virus, I wanted to show a bit about how and where this virus could have originated from, and how wildlife is greatly being affected through the ‘wet and wildlife’ markets, as well as the continued corruption of wildlife crimes.  Continue reading

Anti-Poaching Units: Hero’s on the Ground.

April 20, 2020

Here’s a slideshow I created that shows some of the brave men and women Anti -Poaching units that risk their lives daily in order to protect Africa’s wildlife. These particular ranger units work in the East and West region of the Tsavo National Park in Kenya.  Continue reading

In the Quest to Survive And Thrive; AKA Wildlife.

January 27, 2020

In many rural community-based areas like Tsavo and the Delta Tana region in Kenya, local community members and rural farmers are poaching out of necessity and basic subsistence, simply because people are starving and don’t have enough alternative ways to make a living, so they take risks to widen and expand their livelihood options and improve their situation.  Continue reading


October 3, 2019

In 2019, I volunteered in Kenya on a program called ‘Walk with Rangers’ which was created by conservationist and honorary warden Raabia Hawa. It’s a program that offers someone the experience of what its actually like working as ranger on the ground, day in-day out- and contributing to saving Africa’s wildlife and forests.  Continue reading

ME to WE trip Kenya

January 27, 2019

I created this video whilst volunteering in Kenya with the company called ME to WE. They truly are a global force for good! ME to WE provide two levels of benefits to support the work of WE Charity.  Continue reading

Maasai Mara Conservancy, Kenya

October 29, 2018

What an experience it was to be able to spend time with community members of the Maasai Mara Tribe who live in the Maasai Mara Conservancy in Kenya. A very interesting and unique culture.  Continue reading


May 31, 2018

I really enjoyed creating this compilation -style- lion video and reminiscing about all the different lions that I came across whilst traveling in Africa. I feel pretty lucky to have been able to see them in their natural habitat/environment.  Continue reading


April 9, 2018

As I found out, Botswana is indeed a totally unique travel destination in Africa. A place that had been on the top of my bucket list ever since I first found out and became obsessed with Filmmaker/Conservationist team; Derek and Beverly Joubert; extraordinary people: game changers.  Continue reading


March 12, 2018

Between Tanzania and Kenya, I was lucky enough to track down some beautiful Cheetahs, some from a great distance, some much closer (thanks to the very knowledgably guide I travelled with).  Continue reading


February 20, 2018

On this trip, I decided to volunteer with ‘Africa Impact’. I chose to do the Big Cat Wildlife Research and Conservation project. This was located in the Naboisho Conservancy which is a private conservancy adjacent to the Maasai Mara National Park in Kenya. It’s an authentically wild and untouched open space with a plethora of diverse wildlife.  Continue reading

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Experience

December 20, 2017

In this video, you’ll encounter some of the most precious baby orphaned elephants that have thankfully been saved from a tragic situation, and are being cared for by the infamous David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya.  Continue reading

Responsible Volunteering with Africa Impact; Part 1.

November 19, 2017

Responsible tourism is about travelers making informed and responsible choices and planning trips which don’t negatively affect the country or communities they’re visiting. When volunteering, it’s critical that travelers choose a volunteer organization or charity with a proven ethos and philosophy around sustainable responsible tourism, and ethical practices (like no cub petting or walking with lions).  Continue reading

Les beaux éléphants de l’Afrique

November 19, 2016

I created this video whilst traveling in Tanzania. You’ll see a variety of wild elephant herds, as well as some rescued elephants that have formed their own ‘special herd’ whilst being cared for, and living at the Knysna Elephant Park in South Africa.  Continue reading
south african landscape

This is a love letter to Africa

August 12, 2016

It’s been said, once you get the dust of Africa on your boots, you will always find a way to return. To me, there’s nowhere else in the world that compares to being in Africa. And once you’ve been there, it seems really hard to get it out of your head.  Continue reading


May 21, 2016

Poaching: the illegal taking of wildlife; killing an animal out of season, without a license, while trespassing, with a prohibited weapon, or in a prohibited manner such as jack lighting.  Continue reading